From The Federal Times:

Modernization of a key border enforcement system is making progress, a senior Customs and Border Protection manager said this month, seeking to rebut criticism from members of Congress and the Government Accountability Office. CBP’s portion of the program has stayed within budget since it began in 2008, has achieved many milestones and is in “good overall health,” Charles Armstrong, chief information officer for the agency, said at a recent hearing of the House Homeland Security subcommittee on oversight and management efficiency.